I noticed the lyrics on song meanings and dark lyrics seemed off, so I went ahead and listened to the song at 10% speed to get every syllable perfect to send in a correction. I'm still confused though on what exactly Tommy is singing in parts of the song. Could anyone help? Exhibit A: IV. Take-off Loud sirens wail to send the daunder towards the light Leaving the ground we bathe in starlight, while heading for oceans of night I must have spent 15 minutes replaying the word in red. On song meanings and dark lyrics they put the word as "Goldoner" which as far as I know is not an english word. So after some research I find that in the poem Aniara the term Goldoner refers to a ship but the thing is I've replayed this part so many times and there is NO way Tommy is singing a "g" nor do I hear the letter "l." I distinctively hear the letter "d" starting off whatever the word is and a "d" in the middle. Exhibit B: We crown the skies with our tiara; the life and faith of Aniara (we write an endless symphony) Song meanings and dark lyrics write this as "fate," but I can clearly hear Tommy singing a "th" sound right before saying of. Exhibit C: Now thousands were weeping and hundreds cry in dismay Twenty years today! Now thousands were weeping and hundreds cried in dismay Twenty years today! The first time Tommy sings "cry in," there is no "ed" at the end of cry, as suggested by song meanings and dark lyrics, but the second time it's sung you can hear him singing the "ed" which makes the word cried. Was this done on purpose and both are supposed to be different? I really can't hear "cried" the first time he sings it and only hear "cry in." BTW first post here on the Seventh Wonder forums. Detective Clarence Beauregard recommended them on the Symphony X forums a while back and I really enjoy Mercy Falls. Just listened to The Great Escape two weeks ago and I fell in love with this song and now it's one of my favorites. :Spin: Amazing band with amazing music.